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The bathtub becomes a 'weapon for cooling off' maintenance and cleaning should pay attention to
Report from this newspaper **In this weather, the temperature is above 30℃ at every turn, so hot that people lie in the air-conditioned room or ran into the swimming pool to cool off. Many friends who have bathtubs at home have also begun to turn the bathtubs that they don’t usually use much into heat sinks, or make a small 'paddling pool' for their children at home, or give themselves a refreshing sea salt bath. However, it is not easy to clean the bathtub that has not been used for a long time, especially some functional bathtubs, which have many doorways for maintenance. Today, we invite Xiao Chen, the manager of Lejia Sanitary Ware, to tell you some tips for cleaning and maintaining bathtubs.
Weekly clean and choose the cleaning agent according to the material
When cleaning the acrylic bathtub, use a sponge or flannel, don’t use coarse cloth, scouring pad, and don’t use any detergent containing granular objects. , It is best to avoid direct sunlight and contact with high temperature cigarette butts. Use mild cleaning agents (such as dishwashing detergent), do not use abrasive cleaning agents. Acrylic bathtubs can also be cleaned with glass water. The cast iron bathtub should be thoroughly rinsed with clean water after each use, and wiped dry with a soft cloth. If you encounter stubborn stains, you can use a small amount of abrasive cleaning agent to clean it. Use a soft nylon brush to clean the bottom non-slip surface. Do not use steel balls, steel wire brushes or abrasive sponges to scrub.
If it is a massage bathtub system, it should be flushed more than twice a month, and adjust the nozzle clockwise to the fully closed position to prevent air leakage. Pour warm water into the bathtub to 2 inches above the maximum nozzle, or leave the water in the bathtub after use. Add two scoops of low-foaming powdered automatic dishwashing detergent and a small amount of household bleach to the water. Turn the jacuzzi on for 5 to 10 minutes, then turn it off, drain the water, and then rinse the surface of the bathtub with water.
Surface stains can be washed with a discarded soft toothbrush dipped in bleaching powder water, which can remove stains and mold. If you encounter difficult stains, you can also use half a lemon dipped in salt to wipe, or you can use a soft toothbrush with whitening toothpaste to scrub. Turpentine is also very useful at this time. For scale, products used to clean toilets are very useful. If you don't like the pungent smell, you can also use lemon and white vinegar as a more natural method.
Don't use detergents with fading function, especially when the bathtub at home is colored. To deal with mold and fungal disease-causing bacteria, rinse with bleaching powder and peroxide water and wipe dry immediately.
Repair the scars in time
After the bathtub is installed, do not move it privately. If you need to move the position, you must contact a professional. Do not hit the surface with hard objects to cause bumps or scratches. If you need to repair the dull or scratched part of the acrylic bathtub, you can use a clean cloth mixed with a colorless automatic polishing solution to wipe vigorously, and then apply a layer of colorless protective wax. Do not wax the area where your feet are left to prevent slipping.
Disinfect on time and clean the pipeline in time
The pipeline should be cleaned once or twice a week to remove the smell and prevent the growth of bacteria. You can use a product specially designed to clean the sewer, pour it into the sewer, and clean it after 5 minutes. Be careful not to use it in the metal pipe. If the bathtub is clogged, close the drain valve first, and then put an appropriate amount of tap water in the bathtub; place the rubber suction device (for dredging the toilet) on the drain valve; while opening the drain valve, block the basin or The overflow hole of the bathtub; then quickly suck up and down to suck out the dirt or hair and clean it up in time. In the case of serious blockage, it can be repeated several times until it is cleared.